The wrist connects the hand and forearm. Several bones (carpals) are arranged in rows and come together with the forearm bones (radius and ulna). The carpals also connect with the bones (metacarpals) that form the palm, and the metacarpals connect with the finger bones (phalanges). The wrist is both mobile and strong, allowing you to do delicate work as well as grip and lift heavy objects.

Wrist Conditions:

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Wrist Fracture, Wrist Tendinitis, Finger Fractures, Finger Strains, Thumb Strains, Tendonitis.

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